Pit Run

Pit run is unmanufactured gravel that is dug out of the hillside. It has rock up to 8", but typically 6" and less. It is used as a base for roads and driveways and should be placed in layers 12" thick or more.

3/4" Road Mix

Road mix material is also known as road gravel, aggregate base, and 3/4" minus. By any name, it is still a product with a specific size and gradation. The base material is primarily used in driveways and pathways and is an excellent wet weather product. It allows the stormwater to be shed and keeps the roadbed from becoming a bed of mud. Commercial uses include foundation, parking lots, and driveways.

1 1/2" Round Drain Rock

Drain rock is valued for its use in many different drainage techniques, including french drains, driveways, and septic systems. 1 1/2 inch round is also an excellent option for landscaping.

1 1/2" Fractured Drain Rock

Drain rock is valued for its use in many different drainage techniques, including french drains, driveways, and septic systems. 1 1/2 inch fractured is also an excellent option for landscaping.

3/4 Chip

Crushed, fractured rock with a particle size of ¾" without fines. A clean-looking crushed rock chip for pathways or free-draining applications.

3/8 Chip

Crushed, fractured rock with a particle size of 3/8" without fines. A clean-looking crushed rock chip for pathways or free-draining applications.

Pea Gravel

Pea gravel is perfect for your landscaping needs. It can be used for infill, stopping weed growth, playground, pipe bedding, etc. Here are a few basic ways to use pea gravel for landscaping; walkways paired with various other stones, separating garden beds, top layers for retaining walls, safe and tidy dog runs, and the base for a fire pit.

3/4 Natural Round

This gravel is unique, affordable, and highly versatile. Although slightly more significant than its 3/8" counterpart. 3/4 natural round can be used for decorative landscaping, driveways, footpaths, play areas, and water features.

C-33 Sand

Referred to as ASTM, C-33 Sand refers to sand that meets specific ASTM guidelines with South West District Health. Other uses include septic mounds, PG&E bedding, high-quality permeable drain systems, masonry, playgrounds, and underneath pavers and sports fields.

Understanding Sand Terminology
Fines: tiny particles. Fines help materials compact but can also make materials dusty or dirty.
Graded: when sand is put through a specifically chosen set of screens to attain a specific distribution of sizes.
Evenly Graded: when most particles are within a limited size range.
Washed Sand: Sand is washed with water using special equipment, which removes some dust-creating fines.

Arena Sand

Arena sand is the sand you use in horse arenas and round pens. The sand is designed to be the best footing to provide traction and cushion for horses as they perform. It is also a critical part of the arena's ability to retain moisture and drain well after it rains.

Understanding Sand Terminology
Fines: tiny particles. Fines help materials compact but can also make materials dusty or dirty.
Graded: when sand is put through a specifically chosen set of screens to attain a specific distribution of sizes.
Evenly Graded: when most particles are within a limited size range.
Washed Sand: Sand is washed with water using special equipment, which removes some dust-creating fines.

Dairy Sand

Dairy sand, also known as bedding sand, is non-absorbent and moisture-wicking, keeping cows cleaner and drier than other bedding materials. It provides traction, allowing the cows to get up and down more efficiently and reducing injury to joints.

Understanding Sand Terminology
Fines: tiny particles. Fines help materials compact but can also make materials dusty or dirty.
Graded: when sand is put through a specifically chosen set of screens to attain a specific distribution of sizes.
Evenly Graded: when most particles are within a limited size range.
Washed Sand: Sand is washed with water using special equipment, which removes some dust-creating fines.